CloudBet refuse to payout 330 BTC to customer

Discussion in 'Bitcoin Sports Betting' started by Doyle, Feb 20, 2019.

  1. Doyle

    Doyle Member

    On the various gambling forums I often see disgruntled sport betting or casino gamblers who've had their accounts frozen for various reasons. Usually it's just for the clients safety as there has been some suspicious activity on the account like multiple login attempts or logins from different countries. The amounts being held by bookmakers is usually just a few hundred dollars so for most gamblers it's not a life changing situation if they never get the money back. I saw this post on a forum today where a CloudBet customer claims that they are refusing to give him back 330 bitcoin, which at todays prices is over 1.25 million dollars. If the guy is legit then I feel really sorry for him but you have got to ask why anyone would keep that much bitcoin in a crypto sportsbook.
  2. Humble Servant

    Humble Servant Active Member Staff Member

    It looks like CloudBet resolved the issue and everyone is happy...

  3. Kaboom

    Kaboom Member

    wow, would someone deposit over 100 BTC at a bitcoin bookie that doesn't accept players from your country. he must not be an experienced gambler if he doesn't know that they will likely ask for documentation on a withdrawal of more than $1 million dollars. i don't know why he took that risk and didn't just use nitrogen sports instead.

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